20 Aug

Summer is winding down and as a gardener, that makes me a little sad. BUT… As September fast approaches, I’m aware that the changing season also brings the possibility of new beginnings. In fact, I love that there will be more time for renewing goals and shifting priorities. With the changing weather our focus on outside can move inside. Our personal growth and fitness goals can float back up on the priority list.

But, let’s not just do the same ole same ole… How about trying out a new way to engage in and celebrate successes?

Being able to see evidence of progress makes all our fitness efforts feel even better!

Here’s a way to help you keep your fitness goals front and center.

On the first day of each month, set a goal for that month. It can be whatever works for you. Maybe you want to get to a certain weight or certain body measurements. Maybe you want to eliminate certain unhealthy foods. Or, you might want to work out a certain number of minutes per day. Setting a goal to meditate every day would be a great fitness goal.

Then, post that goal on the Fitness Beyond Expectations Facebook page.

At the end of the month, you can celebrate or adjust your goal however you want!

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